Ageing, Disability & Home Care

Group accommodation videos

Matt's, Zia's and Erin's stories

Matt, Zia and Erin live together in an Ageing, Disability and Home Care operated group home. Group accommodation is a shared supported living arrangement usually for between two and five people. This type of accommodation is for people with a disability who require assistance with many aspects of their day-to-day life. Group accommodation supports people to develop life skills, maintain links with their local community and pursue recreational opportunities.

Ralph's and Kelvin's stories 

Ralph and Kelvin live in a group home that specialises in providing accommodation for people who have complex needs relating to ageing. As well as supporting Ralph and Kelvin to develop life skills, maintain links with their local community and pursue recreational opportunities, this type of accommodation is for people with a disability who require a bit more assistance with their day-to-day life. For Ralph and Kelvin, this means they receive additional support from nursing staff.

Ken's, Scott's and David's stories

Ken, Scott and David live in a group home that specialises in providing accommodation for people who have complex needs relating to behaviour. Group accommodation is a shared supported living arrangement usually for between two and five people. As well as supporting Ken, Scott and David to develop life skills, maintain links with their local community and pursue recreational opportunities, this type of accommodation is for people with a disability who require a bit more assistance with their day-to-day life. For Ken, Scott and David, this means they receive additional support from nursing staff.

Marty's, Warren's and James's stories

Marty, Warren and James live in group accommodation for people with high support needs. As well as supporting Marty, Warren and James to develop life skills, maintain links with their local community and pursue recreational opportunities, this type of accommodation is for people with a disability who require a bit more assistance with their day-to-day life.  

Brian's story

Brian lives in an Ageing, Disability and Home Care operated villa, where he likes playing soccer in the backyard. Individual villas have up to three bedrooms and multiple villas can be co-located on one site. This type of accommodation is for people with a disability who require assistance with many aspects of their day-to-day life. Group accommodation supports people to develop life skills, be active in their community and enjoy leisure opportunities.

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